He once wore glasses to help him read greens, even though he had 20/20 vision. "Then it was tough to make putts out there".
So when it came to his thoughts on Tiger Woods , expect the unexpected.
This is Woods' third outing of the 2018 season.
"To get a win under your belt going into it does make you feel a bit better but you don't have to". His game to him will never feel like it was back in the heyday.
"I'm starting to get into that flow again", he said. He had to hit every conceivable shot Thursday, to shape it both ways, high and low, and he executed almost every one of them.
That led to another observation by Harrington, which runs opposite of what most people believe.
"Now it's his greatest asset", Faldo said in a 2007 interview. Little mistakes can turn into big numbers.
That has led to questions whether Woods could have dominated today the way he did a generation ago.
But what pleased Woods most was what he did next.
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It is also partially reusable, and two of the Falcon Heavy's three boosters landed safely on twin pads at the Cape Canaveral. According to the post by SpaceX, more time is necessary in order to "perform final checkouts of upgraded fairing".
"I can't create the same angles that I used to be able to create naturally, ... and I'm still learning what that feels like under the gun", Woods said after Wednesday's pro-am.
The 14-time major victor fought his way around PGA National Golf Club to shoot an even-par opening round of 70. That includes his 15-shot victory in the U.S. Open and his eight-shot victory in the British Open at St. Andrews. An excellent putter, Aphibarnrat enters this tournament coming off a win on the European Tour last week.
But the 28-year-old Northern Irishman, who won the 2012 Honda Classic, isn't concerned about his drought. As I said, I'm looking forward to April, trying to get my game solid for April. He hit what he thought was a ideal bunker shot, but it got caught in the overseeded rye grass around the green and stayed short.
Woods should know. Scanning the weather forecast has been one of the habits he's resumed now that he's back to competing on a regular basis.
Woods turned 42 at the end of previous year and he is treated like a mentor by the youngsters who now occupy the top 10 spots in the world.
They played together at Torrey Pines, where Woods somehow made the cut despite driving it all over the map. I went through five or six years of not knowing what the problem was. "He can't be. Things have changed in who he is as a person". "It was hard out there", Woods said after his round.
Everyone has an opinion of Woods. Some guys play the West Coast and it's sort of one week too many for them. He does, however, have an outstanding record in the first major of the year.
Meanwhile, Woods keeps playing.
Fighting through stiff winds hovering around 20mph, Woods' ball striking looked improved after previous woes at the Farmers Insurance Open and the Genesis Open, as he hit 50 per cent of the fairways and 55 per cent of the greens.
He missed the cut in 2015 and 2016 but is "happy with where his game is at".
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